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"A Real Engine To Play On"

"A Real Engine To Play On"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 30 November, 1959. “Children quickly took advantage of the mishap in the railway yards on Saturday and learned all about engines. Parents enjoyed the spectacle of the children clambering through the cab of the derailed engine.”

 
"Toys for Hospitals and Homes"

"Toys for Hospitals and Homes"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 November, 1959. “Some of the toys displayed by Mrs A. E. Prior (Halcombe) at the provincial meeting of the W.D.F.F. held in Palmerston North. Since 1945 Mrs Prior has made and distributed over 2000 toys to hospitals, children’s homes, the Welfare Department and the Levin Children’s Home. This year to date Mrs Prior has made 300 toys.”

 
"St. Trinians’ Girls Receive Final Instructions"

"St. Trinians’ Girls Receive Final Instructions"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 27 November, 1959. “The St. Trinians’ girls who assisted in the Commercial Travellers’ Association’s annual charity appeal today are seen on the steps of the Commercial Travellers’ Club as they receive their instructions from Miss Willowmena Bacon (left) before descending on the city to aid the appeal. “Flash Harry” makes a final inspection from the doorway.”

 
"Halcombe School Children See Press Room"

"Halcombe School Children See Press Room"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 27 November, 1959. “Children from the Halcombe School inspected the “Manawatu Standard” office and the press room to witness the production of a newspaper yesterday. The party is seen watching a plate for one of the editions being prepared for placing on the printing press.”

 
"Interest in Proceedings" Newbury School Calf Club Day

"Interest in Proceedings" Newbury School Calf Club Day

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 25 November, 1959. “Showing interest in the proceedings at the Newbury School’s calf club day yesterday was this kitten which made many friends among the spectators.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Alwyn Club Demonstration" Physical Culture Club

"Alwyn Club Demonstration" Physical Culture Club

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 25 November, 1959. “Last evening, before a large number of members and friends, a group of the Alwyn Physical Culture Club demonstrated a series of physical fitness exercises included in their class activities. Here is a portion of the squad demonstrating the “venus” exercise which tones up all muscles in the body.”

 
"First Time in the Saddle"

"First Time in the Saddle"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 25 November, 1959. “What’s the first thing you do to get on a horse?” asked Glenda Frew when she mounted a pony for the first time in her life at the Newbury School’s calf club day yesterday. She was one of 32 pupils from the Miramar South School, Wellington, who were spending a day in the country.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Lighting For Second Half of Runway"

"Lighting For Second Half of Runway"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24 November, 1959. “The lighting on the second half of the Palmerston North Airport runway will be completed soon and the full runway will be ready for day and night landings. Those in the photograph installing the lights are (from left): Messrs E. Te Rangi (Palmerston North, D. Sutton (Ministry of Works electrician from Auckland) and T. Ludeman (Feilding).”

 
"Local Body Election Results Coming In"

"Local Body Election Results Coming In"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 23 November, 1959. “The Palmerston North City Council offices on Saturday night were a hive of activity when the final figures from all the polling booths throughout the city came to hand. As a compiling centre for all results, six telephonists were on hand all the time in direct communication with the numerous booths. From left to right they are Messrs C. Waugh, W. Potbury, T. Kendrick, L. Hardie, R. Thessman and S. Cadogan.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Technical College Display of Work"

"Technical College Display of Work"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 14 November, 1959. “Primary school children of the Saturday morning music class are pictured entertaining the parents of pupils at the Queen Elizabeth Technical College last night at their annual display of work. Other items on the evening programme included orchestra, band, and choir items, a mannequin parade and a gymnastic display.” Another photo associated with this article was published November, 1959.

 
"Hiwinui School Calf Judging Day"

"Hiwinui School Calf Judging Day"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 13 November, 1959. “The Hiwinui School held its calf judging today. Of the 20 pupils at the school half of them had made an entry in the competition. Shown above are the 10 entries and at the end of the line is Mr W. Tutty, of Taikorea, the judge.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Physical Training For Correspondence School Girls"

"Physical Training For Correspondence School Girls"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 11 November, 1959. “Some of the 95 correspondence school pupils taking part in physical education classes at Massey College today. Girls from as far south as Stewart Island are attending the one-month get-together and for some it is their first visit to a city.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Correspondence School Girls in the News"

"Correspondence School Girls in the News"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 13 November, 1959. “Pupils of the New Zealand Correspondence School, at present in session at Massey College, yesterday learned how a modern newspaper operates. The photograph shows a group of the girls while visiting the “Manawatu Evening Standard.” Another photo associated with this article was published on the same day.

 
"Y.W.C.A. National Secretary In City"

"Y.W.C.A. National Secretary In City"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 November, 1959. “Miss Eileen Higgs the new national general secretary of the Y.W.C.A., who has recently returned from the world council meeting at Cuernavaca (Mexico) spoke to members at the local branch of the Y.W.C.A. last evening. The photograph shows (from left): Mrs L. A. Henson (local Y.W.C.A. president), Miss Higgs, and Mrs K. W. Donaldson (local Y.W.C.A. secretary).”

 
"Direct Contact With Aircraft Overhead"

"Direct Contact With Aircraft Overhead"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 November, 1959. “The highlight during the military training period at the Palmerston North Boys’ High School yesterday for the Air Training Corps section was being able to listen to the pilot of a Vampire aircraft talk through the radio transmitter as he flew overhead. Flying Officer I. G. Gillies (right) called up the aircraft while the boys listened.”

 
"Six Years and Under Dancers at Show"

"Six Years and Under Dancers at Show"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 9 November, 1959. “Children in the six years and under class Highland dancing provide a picturesque scene at the Royal Show on Saturday. These dancers were awaiting their turn to compete when this photograph was taken.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Harness Pony in Parade"

"Harness Pony in Parade"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 7 November, 1959. “Bo-Peep the only entry in mare or gelding 13 hands and under owned by Mr C. Flip is held in readiness for its circuit of the Oval during the grand parade at the Royal Show yesterday.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Horses on Parade at Royal Show"

"Horses on Parade at Royal Show"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 7 November, 1959. “ Photograph shows the parade of horses in the teams of four competition today at the Showgrounds on the final day of the Royal Show. “ Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Interested Spectators" Watching Equestrian Events at Royal Show

"Interested Spectators" Watching Equestrian Events at Royal Show

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 5 November, 1959. “Competitors in the equestrian events at the Royal Show today keenly following the judging of the events. Helen Graham, Molly Coombs, Elizabeth Kebbell, Mrs R. McKenzie and Janet Long were among those absorbed in the parades.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Royal Show Lambs on the Hook"

"Royal Show Lambs on the Hook"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 November, 1959. “A judge of many such meat displays, Mr H. Williamson, of Hawke’s Bay, a New Zealand Meat Board grader, scrutinises the Royal Show lambs as they pass the scales on the hook at the Longburn Freezing works yesterday. Mr Williamson said that the standard of the 21 lambs selected for exhibition in London were excellent, with good body structure and a minimum of outer fat.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

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